Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Waiting for peace

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I am a winter person. Where most people only see cold and dark, I see cozy sleepy days. Where some people dread, I anticipate....

Christmas

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“To Peggy from Santa Claus.” I carefully removed the homemade tag from the package. Out tumbled a yellow-haired, red-cheeked rag doll with gangly legs. Not exactly what...

They that mourn

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Simeon and Anna are two of my favorite biblical characters we encounter during the Christmas season. These two senior adults appear at the temple...

Joseph: Man of mercy

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Several years ago, I was inspired to dig deeper into what we know about Joseph, the mysterious man who was Jesus’ earthly father and...

What a glorious gift

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It was Christmas morning, and I sat amidst the hubbub of gift opening commotion. My brother and sisters were to the right and left,...

Why care about Luther and his reforms?

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2017 is the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting 95 theses on the doors of the churches in the city of Wittenberg, including All...

Reformers and radicals

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Five hundred years ago, a German monk by the name of Martin Luther sent out an invitation to debate 95 points of doctrine and...

Globalization changes the face of local, global missions

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When they walked into the public library I was visiting in St. Paul, Minnesota, the two young Mormon missionaries were impossible to miss. Their...